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Bosch SHV6803 not heating water - how to get to control module


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#1 richt

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Posted 19 February 2012 - 04:48 PM

Attached File  boschdishwasher.jpg   101.37KB   7 downloadsHoping for your help here - subscribed to the forum a few years ago and you helped me replace a water inlet valve on my subzero fridge for the icemake that saved me hundreds!

Now have the above model bosch dishwasher that will not heat water - i suspect it is the faulty relay solder joint described in other threads.

My problem is how to get to the control module? This has the integral wood panel door - i took the wood panel door off by removing the torx screws but there is a metal piece that runs around the top where the buttons or and also covers the control module - I can't seem to figure out how to remove this without breaking something - I downloaded the repair manual but there didn't seem to be a clear cut picture for how to do this w/ the SHV - can you help please?

I've uploaded a picture so you can see the metal piece I am talking about - the front of it is covered with white paper that appears glued on.


Many thanks again.

Rich

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Posted 19 February 2012 - 06:59 PM

Service info is downloadable from HERE - see page 31 for console access
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Posted 20 February 2012 - 01:46 PM

Just to add to the poor solder of the relay thread here - I finally pulled the control module - it is helpful to label each of the 7 wire harnesses that snap into it and on the module also - then the top of the module lifts off. Using a magnfiying glass it was clear one of the solder points was worn away or missing as has been shown on other threads here.

I resoldered it and it is working like brand new again - spectacular website, spectacular advice.

Agree with other posters that the solder takes less than 30 seconds - getting the integral wood panel door back on the SHV model was much more of a thrash!

Thanks again Appliance Master!

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 02:04 PM

For other, non-Apprentices coming along later and reading this, you can download the Official Bosch Dishwasher Training manual here ==>




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